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Algebra and the # symbol

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Description:  Using # to express a function. How do you solve it?: If a#b = 3a + 2b, find 5#6.
Level:  Middle School (6-8)
Math topic:  Algebra
Ed. topic:  Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
22 Feb 04   Algebra and the # symbol by Chris
22 Feb 04   Re: Algebra and the # symbol by Jeanne
23 Feb 04   Re: Algebra and the # symbol by Pat Ballew

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24 Apr 06   MATH by CHERRISH
27 Apr 06   algerbra math by lucson
10 Oct 06        plz help!! by maria
22 Nov 06        Re: algerbra math by maklya
27 Feb 07   math by michelle

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